Train with personnel and equipment for militants arrived in Donetsk region
3 tanks, 8 IFVs, 2 MLRSs "Grad", 6 trucks, up to 100 persons were transferred to Donetsk
Train with military personnel and equipment for the militants’ needs arrived in occupied Hartsyzsk (Donetsk region), - reported the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry.
"In Hartsyzsk settlement the arrival of train with personnel and military equipment registered. Among the equipment we registered three tanks, eight IFVs, two 122-mm-caliber MLRS "Grad", six trucks, up to 100 persons. After unloading, personnel and equipment were transferred to Donetsk ", - said in a statement.
It is also noted that there are still continuing the supply of combustive-lubricating materials from Russia to the occupied territories of Ukraine.
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